According to the news that was shared by Arise News on twitter, Rufai Oseni made a statement regarding the questions Nigerians need to ask themselves, before believing what our leaders and politicians are saying.
Rufai Oseni went further to say Nigerians need justice as regard to electoral process. He also said that Nigerians need to ask the president elect, Tinubu if he can talk about the process that brought him in as the president elect, before talking about competency.
Rufai Oseni said that Dele Alake said that since 1999, the recent election that was held is free and fair compared to others. Rufai Oseni said the he debunks his statement because it's a lie. He went further to say that Nigerians are inquisitive to know if INEC really followed the right process in the last presidential election that was held.
Source: Arise News
Rufai Oseni said Nigerians needs to know the truth because the truth is the fabric that builds the society. He also said that Tinubu might be the president elect, but he's still subject to the court. Click here to watch the video clip.
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